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  • Say goodbye to slow progress and boring Qaida lessons! The Read & Rise book along with Kiitab allow your child to revise their madrasah lessons at home while listening to the words being pronounced perfectly and with little need of your supervision. This accelerates their progress and makes the experience a lot more fun along the way. If you're looking for a fun, fast and firm way to fluent Quran recitation, then you've found it right here! The set includes: Read & Rise Book Kiitab Kiitab is a genius solution for parents and teachers of children at Madrasah. As a Madrasah teacher, do you see your students falling behind in lessons because they're not revising at home? As a parent, do you find it hard to sit with and revise with your child because you don't feel confident in your own tajweed or pronunciation? Or do you simply not have the time to sit with them at home? Lack of revision at home is the single most common reason behind slow progress in the Qaida, leading to months, if not years of frustration for everyone, not to mention a negative learning experience which your child may associate the Quran with for life. Wouldn't it be great if children could just revise at home, without the need for parent's supervision and at the same time, you could be confident that they are listening to the words being pronounced perfectly? That would free up your time and accelerate their progress through the Qaida allowing them to finish in less than half the time. Well, that's exactly what Kiitab does for you. This clever little device understands where your child is on a page and is able to read out anything they touch. This means your child can listen to any word being perfectly pronounced without the need to have your class teacher's presence. But Kiitab doesn't just read words out. Double tap a word and KiiTab will also explain its rules to you. Even better yet, touch the icons at the top of your compatible Read and Rise book and KiiTab will start to play games with your child. This boosts their speed of recognition, makes the experience a lot more fun and improves their reading progress. KiiTab is light, portable and so simple to use, that a child can take it with them wherever they go making revision at home something that can be done independently by a child, freeing up both parents time at home and a teachers time in class, confident in the knowledge that your child is listening to the words being perfectly pronounced each time. KiiTab has enhanced speaker quality, so sounds are easy and clear to understand. Children can however, use headphones if you don't wish to disturb others while learning. KiiTab can also be used with other KiiTab compliant products. Learn More
  • Arabic Memory Game is an easy, fun and fast paced game for two or more players. It a great way to learn Arabic alphabet and pictures while developing concentration, matching, object and alphabet recognition skills. All you have to do is to find as many matching tiles as you can. Once all the beautifully illustrated tiles are matched up, the player with the most tiles wins! Learn More
  • A wonderful illustrated card making set for hours of creative fun. Make a special card for Eid, or to say Jazahkhallakhayr or a congratulation for completing the Quran! The word stickers say: "Eid Mubarak", "Mubrook", "Jazahkhallakhayr" and "Mubarak" 18 Cards 18 Envelopes 180 Stickers All in a decorative box Learn More
  • Children will love this fold out poster depicting the inside of a Masjid, which they can colour and display. 

     

    Size when open is 56cm x 44cm

    Fold out poster

    Creative Learning and Imaginative Play!

    Creative Fun

    Builds on:

    Creative Development

    Motor Skills

    Ages 5 - 14 years

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  • A beautiful fold out poster based on Islamic gardens throughout the Muslim world,

    which children will love to colour and display.

    A great way to get them to be creative.

    Size when open is 56cm x 44cm

    Fold out poster

    Creative Learning and Imaginative Play!

    Creative Fun

    Builds on:

    Creative Development

    Motor Skills

    Ages 5 - 14 years

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  • Help your child learn the Arabic Numbers in a fun and visual way.

    Look at the numbers, colour the picture and practice writing the number.

    Includes translation and transliteration of letter and associated word.

    Creative Learning and Imaginative Play!

    Early Learning Fun!

    Builds on:

    Handwriting Skills

    Number recognition

    Ages 3+

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  • Help your child learn the Arabic Alphabet in a fun and visual way.

    Look at the letter, colour the picture and practice writing the letter.

    Includes translation and transliteration of letter and associated word.

    Early Learning Fun!

    Creative Learning and Imaginative Play!

    Builds on:

    Handwriting Skills

    Letter Recognition

    Ages 3+

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  • My First Arabic Game Goodword Learn More
  • 28 Double Sided "A5" Full Colour Arabic Letter Flash Cards One sie with Transliteration (pronunciation helper) the other side without Also shows changing shape of letters depending where it is in a word PLUS FREE ARABIC LETTERS POSTER "A2 SIZE" 60 cm X 42 cm (1ft, 11.5” X 1ft, 5”) Ali Gator's Arabic Letter Flash Cards uses the Match With Me” color coded system of learning Arabic which groups the Arabic letters into 4 distinct groups of 7 letters for easy learning. Hang the FREE Poster in the house, classroom or wherever you want the children to learn the Arabic letters. Combine with the "Match With Me Memory Game" to help children quickly grasp the uniqueness of the shapes of the Arabic letters faster than you will believe. Learn More
  • A fun picture matching game, *4 game boards, *28 playing pieces, *Learning by looking, *Recognise Arabic alphabet, *Develop observation skills Learn More

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